HC Deb 10 May 1814 vol 27 cc809-10
The Chancellor of the Exchequer

then acquainted the House, that he had another Message from his royal highness the Prince Regent to this House, signed by his Royal Highness; and he presented the same to the House; and it was read by Mr. Speaker, as follows:


"The Prince Regent, acting in the name and on the behalf of his Majesty, taking into his consideration the distinguished services performed by Thomas Lord Lynedock, a lieutenant general in his Majesty's army, in the course of the war in Portugal and Spain, being desirous to confer some signal mark of his favour upon the said Thomas Lord Lynedock and the two next surviving heirs male of the body of the said Thomas Lord Lynedock, recommends to his Majesty's faithful Commons the adoption of such measures as may be necessary for the accomplishment of this important purpose."

Similar Messages were presented respecting Lords Hill and Beresford.